Globalization for U.S. Companies
This series is customized for the growing needs of U.S. companies in understanding and navigating the global marketplace.
Aerospace Industry in China – for U.S. Exporters
The course examines the roles in the Chinese aerospace supply chain, the market outlook for 2016–2030 and the security in China.
Global Aerospace Engineering Marketing and Strategic Supply Chain Management
This course is designed for global companies needing customized training in strategy for engineering, marketing, international sales, project and supply chain management and operational leadership.
Multicultural Awareness & Communications
This curriculum focuses on the psychology of effective communication transcending cultural boundaries. Multi-cultural awareness and communications for global engineering and technical managers are key topics covered. In the context of cultural globalization, what is the impact on your global work teams?
Understanding Chinese Culture and Business Practices
Clients choose a six or 12-hour workshop that is customized and designed for corporate executives to enhance knowledge and awareness of Chinese culture and business practices.
Understanding Global Economic Policies & Trends
This course provides participants with an understanding of current news and world events in the context of economic policy and trends affecting business. This course is a precursor for a deep engagement with industry.
Corporate Technical Training
Technical training offered covers diverse topics and problem-solving in engineering, research and development. Training offerings include:
Advanced Industrial Control and Applied Control Engineering
This course is based on the best-selling books by Professor Mario Garcia-Sanz, QFT Control Toolbox for Matlab, Quantitative Feedback Theory and Wind Energy Systems: Control Engineering Design. This course can be scaled from 15–30 hours with a 15-hour minimum. This highly specialized course for industry that can be taken together as a package with Wind Turbine Design and Control training—these two courses are key for industry in the controls areas.
Learn to code with a series of “We Can Code It workshops.” These workshops are suitable for participants of all levels in front-end skills used to develop and design websites and provide you with a better understanding of the technology landscape:
- Web Design and Development
- Web Application Development Using Ruby and Ruby on Rails
Continuous Improvement (CI) Program for Manufacturing Companies
This half-day or full day course presents continuous improvement and advanced engineering concepts to leadership and team members utilizing constructs such as The Model Plant, quality and safety assurance and other areas.
Understanding Wholesale Electricity Markets and Electricity Market Simulator
This class is customized to the needs of the industry partner to provide an introductory program for designing and operating in wholesale electricity markets. This class provides hands-on experience in trading electricity within simulated real-world markets. Risk-management and energy-price forecasting with bidding strategies. Multimodal long-term training with cloud access to our market simulator is provided.
Data Analytics Program
This is customized data analytics program offered as half-day or full day training or as extending training for two or four weeks. MondoBrain, a simple and powerful big data analytic solution to profile and predict risks, customers, transactions and performance, is discussed. MondoBrain leverages in a simple web interface unique non-statistical algorithms, dynamic data visualization and the knowledge of subject matter experts.
Offered as two or four-week customized program, this back-to-the-basics engineering course encompasses a broad overview of engineering principles in the civil, electrical, mechanical and manufacturing fields. Classes can be held at the company location and the Case Western Reserve campus. In-person attendance is important for competency building.
Innovation is crucial to a manufacturing company’s product development and strategy. In this course, a different lens for understanding innovation as the creative use of innovative technologies is postulated.
Introduction to Materials Science
This is program is in-depth, week-long training on materials fundamentals, advancements in materials science and new innovative applications.
Internet of Things (IoT) and Emerging Trends
The Internet of Things (IoT) is here and it is a large disruptive force to how business is being done across many industries. This course offers a basic understanding of the IoT trends, where the future is headed and the impact a company’s strategy and profits. Includes discussion topics on Cyber Security “How protected is your smart grid” and “Smart Homes of the Future - How will disruptive IoT trends impact your home life and your workload.”
Maker Spaces and Industry-University Collaborations
This course covers the emerging trend of maker spaces at universities across the country and how companies can take advantage of this movement to enhance growth and outreach. This course includes an introduction to Case Western Reserve’s world-class, maker space—the Larry Sears and Sally Zlotnick Sears think[box].
Special Topics in Aerospace Engineering
This course is offered as a half-day, full day or week-long customized program for industry partners. Topics selection includes:
- Developing new model(s) of entrepreneurship and innovation and sustaining an internal entrepreneurial culture that permeates client engagement and creative problem solving
- Understanding the latest trends in aerospace engineering today, contemporary aerospace, and engineering for today's industry needs
- Developing engineering and design professional skill sets Aircraft industry - understanding technical needs and problem-solving
- Understanding new trends in big data and data analysis - using sensors to gather data and organizing teams to make intelligent decisions
- Making decisions from an engineering point of view – deciphering and weighing different views on what is important in decision-making models
- How to best leverage the existing supply chain for innovation in the aerospace industry
- Systems engineering course - new techniques in the engineering process
- UAV systems: understanding the latest trends and applications
Tribology Workshop for Manufacturing Companies and Research Centers
This workshop encompasses research on rolling-element fatigue, which is bearing fatigue under different environments including various temperatures and speeds. Fatigue limits the life of bearings, suggesting serious implications to the life of jet engines and the associated costs of replacement.
Renewable Energy: Wind turbine Design and Controls Engineering
This course introduces multidisciplinary wind turbine design concepts and advanced control-engineering strategies to develop optimum wind turbine systems. It includes theory, computer aid design problems and wind tunnel experiments. The course is based on the bestselling book, Wind Energy Systems. Control Engineering Design (CRC, 2012), by Mario Garcia-Sanz and Constantine H. Houpis. This course can be scaled from 15–30 hours with a 15-hour minimum. This highly specialized course for industry that can be taken together as a package with Wind Turbine Design and Control training—these two courses are key for industry in the controls areas.